Graham Williamson, Sydney, Australia
September 2018

Controlling Climate and Global Wealth Redistribution – a costly agenda indeed!

2015 was a very big year for the global problem solvers at the UN. In September Australia’s former Foreign minister, Julie Bishop, signed the 2030 Sustainable Development Goals agenda, and in December the UN conducted the Paris climate change conference, which was later signed by Australia’s Environment Minister, Greg Hunt. Earlier, in July the same year, Australia participated in the Addis Ababa Action Agenda to discuss ways of financing the UN’s exceedingly costly agenda.

The first part of this agenda, namely, controlling the climate, is extremely costly in itself, and the folks at the UN tell us they need much more of our money to turn down the heat. But they also need more of our money to pay the ‘climate debt’ to compensate socialist and theocratic countries, which seem to be selectively targeted by our ‘damaging’ CO2 emissions, or so the story goes.

However, the really big dollars are needed to implement Julie Bishop’s 2030 Agenda and the Sustainable Development Goals. For this agenda the UN needs a further $6 trillion annually so we can all be compelled to manage our properties and lifestyles correctly and meet the UN’s ‘sustainability’ requirements. And under SDG 4.7 the UN seeks to teach our children, through global citizenship education, that only the UN can ‘solve’ problems which the UN defines as ‘global’ problems. So called ‘climate change’ is ‘global problem’ SDG 13. The $6 trillion figure is expected to blow out considerably as fixing the climate and ensuring the sustainability of the earth, and educating children to believe all this, is a costly business indeed. No wonder virtually all government departments are devoted to helping the UN.

United Nations Announces 2030 Agenda and Climate Change Agreement are Part of Their Global Wealth Redistribution Agenda or ‘New World Order’ (NIEO)

On 20thJuly 2016 the UN reported that the three 2015 global agreements, the 2030 SDG agenda, the Paris climate change conference, and the Addis Ababa Action agenda, are all part of (see A/71/168) their long term new world order agenda, as initiated by the 1974 Declaration on the Establishment of a New International Economic Order (NIEO) (see A/RES/S-6/3201). According to the Report of the Secretary General of the United Nations in July 2016, the 2030 Agenda and the Paris climate agreement are intended to address “inequities in the international system” in line with the requirements of the NIEO.

Moving Ahead in 2018 and Controlling Borders, Migration, and the Media – our politicians helping the UN with their global goals

Under SDG 10.7, the UN’s Global Compact on Safe, Orderly and Regular Migration was born, and accepted by deposed Australian Prime Minister, Malcolm Turnbull. For the moment at least, it has been rejected by Peter Dutton. It was finalised in July 2018, and will be adopted at the Intergovernmental Conference in Marrakech, Morocco, on 10-11 December 2018 and will be followed by the UNs proposed “2035 agenda for facilitating human mobility.” In the Migration Compact the folks at the UN are asking our politicians to transfer even more power to them to enable them to generously control our borders for us, and even control our media. No use wasting money ‘educating’ our children after all, if the media are still telling the truth! And of course, the Global Compact will also seek ‘solutions’ for those displaced from their country because of ‘climate change’.

Julie Bishop’s 2030 Agenda and Malcolm Turnbull’s ‘Environment Pact‘ to Lead to Irreversible UN Controlled Global Law

Most recently the Turnbull government voted to continue to surrender Australian environmental laws to the UN with the Global Pact for the Environment, which, together with the 2030 Agenda signed by former foreign Minister Bishop, are said to constitute the pillars of global environmental governance:

“The Global Pact for Environment seeks to create a legal text that, together with the Sustainable Development Objectives adopted at the UN General Assembly in New York in September 2015, represents the pillars of global environmental governance… … .In order that this pact becomes reality, it is necessary to fight against climate and environmental insecurity, to cooperate in achieving world environmental law”

The Global Pact for the Environment is intended tocodify the principles enshrined in the Rio Declaration” and create a “legally binding international instrument under the United Nations… solidify the environmental rule of law around the world and to achieve the 2030 Agenda for Sustainable Development.”

Trouble is, Article 17 of the Pact introduces the principle of ‘non-regression’, henceforth making it illegal to make any changes which would reduce environmental protections. This includes climate change legislation which would be locked in. And our politicians support this, although the details are still being negotiated and will be finalised next year.

To the UN they may well be ‘pillars of global environmental governance’. But if our elected representatives in Australia are unanimous about anything, it is the ‘need’ to avoid making this an election issue, and prevent the people from having any democratic vote on these pillars.


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